Home Care Services Provided by Comfort Keepers in Peoria, IL
Comfort Keepers provides personalized home care to those living in Peoria, IL, and the surrounding areas
The Carnegie family has been in the shoes of many families looking for in-home care for their elderly loved ones. When the time came for their loved ones to need home care solutions, they began researching in-home care services in the area. Years later, they are serving leading aging care, through the Comfort Keepers business, to all families looking for leading aging care in Peoria and the surrounding areas.
Finding senior care services that fit your loved one’s needs isn’t always easy. In fact, it’s a good thing to be picky about the care service provider that you choose, since they will be spending a lot of time with your loved one.
How does it work?
It’s easy to feel overwhelmed by the many home care options available to you and your loved one, which is why Comfort Keeper strives to take the intimidation out of the process by remaining accessible and transparent through it all. We offer a wide variety of senior care services, so you can be assured that the unique needs of your loved ones are not only being taken care of but are exceeding your expectations.
We like to start with a complimentary in-home assessment to gain an understanding of what kind of care your loved one needs. Some of the services that we provide include
- Light housekeeping
- Incontinence care
- Mental health and well-being
- Running errands
- Meal preparation and nutritional services
This in-home assessment will also help us get a feel for your loved one’s individual needs and personality so that we can match them with a caregiver who they will not only trust but will enjoy the company of. Caregiving is more than just helping with everyday activities; it is also about companionship and friendship.
We practice Interactive Caregiving at Comfort Keepers, which means that we want your loved one to continue to be engaged in everyday activities. For example, our caregivers can assist your loved one with running errands or attend social outings with them. If your senior loves games, our caregivers are happy to engage in a card or board game. Or perhaps they just want someone to talk to, listen to music with, or watch a movie with. Having a high quality of life as we age is essential to mental and physical health - and we understand that.